Jacky Zegers Django Cat Abstract Bright Colors Pop Art Statue 9.8HPN# JZ08
Django the curious cat with a tail like a question mark. He looks up at you for attention.
These brightly colored interpretations of cats, dogs, and other animals fall into the category of Pop Art -- simple, brightly colored images, whimsical and universally appealing. The movement began in the 1950s with everyday items like soup cans painted in bright colors. The Artist Jacky Zegers from the Netherlands extends Pop Art's appeal to sculptures of dogs, cats, and other animals. They are comical, humorous, brightly colored, abstract and enacting animate poses.
- Licensed replicas of Jacky Zegers figurines made from high quality resin, brightly painted with a lacquer finish.
- Part of the Parastone Mouseion Collection of museum replicas. Collect the entire Jacky Zegers Collection of 20 pieces and growing.
- Measures: 9.8 in H. Weighs: 3.3 lbs. PN# JZ08
About Jacky Zegers:
Jacky Zegers (b. 1972) lives and works in Arnhem (Netherlands). Her work primarily consists of sculptures and paintings. Working as a maths teacher it slowly dawned on her that she couldn't live on formulas and numbers alone. In 2006 she decided to follow her heart and become an artist. Self-taught, she is inspired by nature. The symmetry and patterns that can be found there are incorporated into her work. She doesn't hide her love of bright colours and exaggerated shapes. Her work exudes positivity and that is her intention. She wants people to stop and enjoy the moment. She wants to draw attention to the beautiful, carefree things in life. Life is for having fun, loving and enjoyment. Both with other people and animals. You can see this in her art that shows you and allows you to feel how beautiful life can be, with a nod and a wink.
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